Edius

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EDIUS
Initial release2003; 16 years ago (2003)[1]
Stable release
9.10 / January 29, 2018; 18 months ago (2018-01-29)
Operating systemWindows
Typevideo editing software
LicenseProprietary
Websitewww.grassvalley.com/products/subcat-editing_software

Edius is a video editing software package for PC computers running Windows.

Edius is a non-linear editor (NLE) that works with most modern video formats.[2][3][4] The software is capable of 3D editing. The software comes bundled with a large collection of tools, including NEWBlue Video Filters, proDAD video effects along with image stabilization for unsteady shots and for audio mastering needs iZotope VST audio plug-ins such as Audio Effects Suite, AudioRestore, AGC & Mastering Effects Suite.

Edius was originally developed by the Japanese-based Canopus Corporation and first introduced for Windows XP in 2003.[1] In 2005, the Canopus Corporation was sold to Grass Valley. The first version released by Grass Valley was Edius 4.0. Edius 5.5 (released around 2010) was the first version to support Windows Vista and Windows 7. The first version to support Windows 8 (and the first that was later discovered to also run on Windows 10) was Edius 6.5 (released June 2012). The current version (as of 2018) is Edius 9.

Release history[edit]

Version Release date Notes
4.5 August 7, 2007[5]
4.52 October 3, 2007[6]
4.6 February 18, 2008[7]
4.61 April 11, 2008[8]
5.0 September 2008
5.01 November 5, 2008[9]
5.10 May 1, 2009[10]
5.12 July 16, 2009[11]
5.50 April 8, 2010[12] Added support for Windows Vista and Windows 7.
5.51 July 1, 2010[13]
6.0 October 2010[14]
6.01 December 2010
6.03 July 2011
6.06 March 2012
6.5 June 29, 2012[15] Added support for Windows 8. Was later discovered to be the first version that also runs on Windows 10.
7.42 February 2015
7.5 April 2015
8.10 October 29, 2015
8.11 April 7, 2016
8.20 May 25, 2016
8.22 August 16, 2016
8.31 December 7, 2016
8.32 March 1, 2017
8.5 May 16, 2017
8.51 June 15, 2017
8.52 July 26, 2017
9.10 Jan 29, 2018

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Turner, Bob (June 2003). "Video Editing". Broadcast Engineering. Overland Park, KS: Penton Media, Inc. 46 (6): 114. Retrieved 14 November 2014.
  2. ^ Wags, Paul (2006). "Edius 4 Review". Archived from the original on April 21, 2017. Retrieved November 30, 2011.
  3. ^ Butler, Mike, "Grass Valley Edius 6 Non-linear Editor for Windows", Sound On Sound (January 2011), retrieved November 30, 2011
  4. ^ Jacobson, Mitch (2010), "9. Multicamera Nonlinear Editing Software", Mastering Multi-Camera Techniques: From Pre-Production to Editing to Deliverable Masters (First ed.), Burlington, MA: Focal Press, pp. 176–177, ISBN 978-0-240-81176-5, retrieved November 30, 2011
  5. ^ "EDIUS v4.5 Update and 30-day Trial Now Available!". Grass Valley.
  6. ^ "EDIUS v4.52 Update Now Available". Grass Valley.
  7. ^ "EDIUS v4.6 Update Now Available". Grass Valley.
  8. ^ "EDIUS v4.61 Update Now Available". Grass Valley.
  9. ^ "EDIUS v5.01 Update Now Available". Grass Valley.
  10. ^ "EDIUS v5.10 Update Now Available". Grass Valley.
  11. ^ "EDIUS v5.12 Update Now Available". Grass Valley.
  12. ^ "EDIUS v5.50 Update Now Available". Grass Valley.
  13. ^ "EDIUS v5.51 Update Now Available". Grass Valley.
  14. ^ "EDIUS 6 Feature Preview Now Online". Grass Valley.
  15. ^ "EDIUS 6.5 is Shipping!". Grass Valley.